Building Fellowship and Support

Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!
~ Psalm 133: 1, KJV ~

We build genuine fellowship and community through spiritual influence and impact

The greatest tool for making a significant spiritual impact and influencing lives is that of fellowship. Fellowship and unity bring people together. It is through fellowship we are able to encourage. Through fellowship, we are able to engage in discipleship. Through fellowship, we share the love of Christ and the grace of God in the lives of other people. Through fellowship, we grow, strengthen, and are held accountable for our character and integrity.

Fellowship ought to be the core part of our every day lives. Our association with other fellow believers ought to be uplifting, enlightening, encouraging, and consistent. This is a powerful tool for spreading God’s message.

Our Heavenly Father desires us to come together in unity and harmony. Ministering to one another, supporting, encouraging, lifting up, and strengthening. It requires our commitment to be of service to help strengthen the fellowship within our homes, our Church, and our community.

~ Today’s Prayer and Meditation ~

Heavenly Father, guide me toward a community of brothers and sisters that stand in harmony, unity, and fellowship with one another. Let me be of service to those who are in fellowship where we bond together in strength and testimony of your grace and work to lift others who are struggling in their faith. Let me be part of a fellowship that is a reflection of Christ’s love and character. Help me strengthen my fellow brothers and sisters through my own personal ministry to them.

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